G7: Food Security Crisis Could Push Poorer Nations Into China’s Arms
"Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to this Air Africa flight to Mogadishu," the Kenyan stewardess booms over the plane tannoy.
Absolutely no-one pays any attention, with passengers preferring to root through the overhead lockers or stand talking in the aisles.
The plane is full of familiar accents: British, Canadian and American. Open your eyes and you see it is packed with Somalis, mainly women, going to a "home" they barely know.
Western leaders are under pressure to unite other countries behind their opposition to Russia's war in Ukraine, while Moscow is eager to blame Western sanctions for the worsening food crisis.